Sleep disorder increases risk of brain cancer: doctor
Taipei, March 16 (CNA) The number of people with sleep apnea who develop malignant brain tumors is 1.47 times higher than among those who do not have the sleep disorder, a doctor reported Saturday, citing a study that he led.
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